My Five Steps to Conquering You Stress Program was designed for busy working adults just like you. This Conquering Your Stress with the Five R's course describes The Five R's of Coping (Rethink, Relax, Release, Reduce, & Reorganize) the multi-level defense system against stress that forms the foundation of my Five Steps Program. This introductory course is broken down into seven lectures, each around 15 minutes long. For one low price you get video, audio, and print versions of the course lectures and a complete set of exercises and assessments. You can watch, listen, or read the course at your convenience.
Here is What You Get in the Course
And as a special bonus for signing up from this website I will include a free copy of my best-selling self-help book; Seven Weeks to Conquering Your Stress, a $16.99 value.
Lecture 2 presents an entirely new way to view stress. It describes the three components of stress; (1) a potential stressor, (2) what your mind tells you about it, and (3) a stress response triggered by your mind. This exciting new way of defining stress sets the stage for coping by targeting all three components.
Lecture 3 describes how the stress response is triggered in the brain and spreads along the nervous and endocrine systems affecting every part of the body. It also describes the short and long-term effects of stress.
Lecture 4 introduces my revolutionary Five R's of Coping Model. It describes how you can build a multi-level defense system against all types of stress and stressful situations.
Lecture 5 shows how the Five R's (Reorganize, Rethink, Relax, Release, and Reduce) work independently or together to target all three components of stress. By doing this you can stop stress at three different points.
Lecture 6 describes why it essential for you to keep a personal stressor journal. Since potential stressors and mind messages are so personal and unique, your stressor journal is your main source of data for building your Personal Stress Profile. This profile shows you what stresses you, how your mind reacts to stressors, and how your body responds when stressed. This is vital information that will be used in all future five R's courses to manage your stress.
Like your our stressor journal, your time journal is another main source of data for building your Personal Stress Profile. This journal will show you exactly how you use your time and where you use it efficiently or inefficiently to meet your goals and live a satisfying life. It is the second source of data used to construct your Personal Stress Profile. This profile is the basis for developing a Personal Action Plan against stress.
Dr Rich Blonna is a world-renowned expert in understanding how the mind and body work together in creating and managing stress. He is a retired Professor Emeritus from William Paterson University in NJ. For over 25 years he has devoted himself to helping people just like you stress less and live more. As a Coach (BCC), Counselor (NCC), and Health Education Specialist (CHES) he uses the best practices from each of these disciplines to help people manage their stress. He is a noted writer and trainer in the area of Acceptance and Commitment (AC) Coaching, an approach that helps people become more psychologically-flexible and stress resistant. Dr. Rich is also certified in Naikan and Morita two forms of Japanese psychology that emphasize mindfulness and acceptance training respectively. Both emphasize becoming more mindful of stressful thinking and behaving and redirecting the mind instead towards helpful action. Dr Rich combines AC Coaching, Naikan, and Morita with classic relaxation strategies such as diaphragmatic breathing and visualization to help people stress less and live more.